Since launching in 2018, the Inclusive Data Charter (IDC) has encouraged more actors to prioritize inclusive data, supported knowledge sharing across borders, and fostered dialogue on inclusive data - from the grassroots to Presidents’ offices. The network has doubled to over 20 Champions. In response, the IDC secretariat has strengthened our approach to advocacy, technical assistance, knowledge exchange, and learning.

The 'Two Years of the Inclusive Data Charter' report celebrates the growth and evolution of the IDC network and Champions’ progress and impact. Equally, it serves as a call to action and a call to collaboration: with less than ten years to go until 2030 and amid a global pandemic, now is the time to prioritize inclusive data.

EN: Two Years of the Inclusive Data Charter

SP: Dos Años de la Inclusive Data Charter

FR: Deux Ans de Inclusive Data Charter

More detail on the Champions' progress can be found in the monitoring reports below.


Colombia's National Administrative Department of Statistics

Kenya's Ministry of Labour and Social Protection

Sierra Leone's Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education

Philippine Statistics Authority

The UK's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

The UK's Office for National Statistics

Zanzibar's Office of the Chief Government Statistician 


Christian Aid 

Consortium for Street Children


Institute of Global Homelessness 

Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre